In 2021, we could all benefit from starting out on the right foot. Bally has some amazing offerings to kick off the new year - here are our lead stylist’s favorite four.
Bally Kuba shoes are a throwback to the 1990s - originally worn by Jacob “Kuba” Hlasek, a tennis champion. It’s not your average sneaker. It has the hallmarks of a comfortable athletic shoe with an EVA-filled midsole which helps to cushion and support active adults. The rubber sole and white-leather features the Bally Wings motif adding dressed-up and fashionable to its list of attributes.
When fitting in as more the mood than standing out, the Bally Driver is a lesson in subtlety. The black leather Walton uses a pebbled texture to show class and style without stealing the show. The easy-on, easy-off Driver loafer has a flat moc toe and rubber soles that extend above the heel.
For those looking to make an impression, consider the gorgeous Bally Waltec Mustard Yellow Driver, or the simpler two-tone colorband strap versions. Both are certain to draw attention.
Intentionally formal, Bally Salasan, Bally Mody, and Bally Sartori loafers will keep you comfortable through all the awkward conversations at cocktail parties this year. Bally loafers offer the perfect blend of comfort, uniqueness and ease for professional situations.
These are nothing like your average canvas moccasin. The Bally Tenent Black moccasin is the new standard for comfort without making a splash. For those looking for a little extra, the Bally Tecno adds a tasteful strap across the top.
But for those who want to stand out from the crowd, Bally Coniac loafers are can’t-miss. The smooth Tobacco variant is beautiful and works well with jeans. The Vino, however, announces your presence before you enter the room.